NEW YORK CITY STREET ART: MORPHOUS by LIONEL SMIT

This two-faced goddess by South African artist Lionel Smit, is located at Union Square in New York City. 

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NEW YORK CITY GRAFFITI: ANATOMY OF A WHEATPASTE ADVENTURE AT 4AM…

Here are pics from an early morning adventure in the East Village, New York City, with street artists: Australian CRiSP (http://www.crispstreetart.comand Colombian Praxis (http://streetartnyc.org/blog/2014/10/24/bogota-native-praxis-brings-his-vision-to-nyc/).  They put up wheat pastes… and take notice of the “lookout.” You always need a “lookout.” 🙂 

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NEW YORK CITY: IT IS THE SOUL THAT SEES…

“It is the soul that sees; the outward eyes
Present the object, but the Mind descries.
                             We see nothing till we truly understand it.” ~ J. Constable

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NEW YORK CITY STREET ART: HEART ON A STRING by HEK TAD

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Located on the corner of Kenmare & Mott on the Lower East Side, NYC. Heptad’s new piece is complimenting artist James Goldcrown’s hearts on the two gates…

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NEW YORK CITY GRAFFITI: PHOEBE NEW YORK!

PhoebeNewYork is the alter ego of Libby Schoettle, an artist/writer living in New York City. If you walk around the city, the chances are you’ll run into 4 or 5 Phoebes a day, easily. This street artist gets UP:

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NEW YORK CITY STREET ART: GET YOUR VALUE SYSTEM IN CHECK! by KAI ASPIRE

French/Tunisian/Mexican/American Kai Aspire’s continuing commentary on our misplaced values:

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To learn more about this compassionate artist and to see more of his creations, you can go to his art page http://kaiart.com

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